Gregory M Marcus, MD, MAS, and Jeffrey J. Hsu, MD, PhD, discuss the effect of caffeine and energy supplements on risk for cardiovascular events.
Panel recommends counseling all women aged 40 to 60 years on healthy eating and physical activity to maintain weight or prevent weight gain.
Researchers sought to determine if the CV effect of intensive lifestyle intervention varies depending on if patient’s can maintain weight loss after the initial intervention.
Sugar-sweetened beverages are a frequently consumed ultra-processed food group.
Nutritional therapy is an essential part of CKD management.
A team of investigators evaluated the success of a time-restricted eating intervention among individuals at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
A prospective cohort study was conducted to determine the relationship between multiple modifiable lifestyle factors and risk for peripheral artery disease.
A population-based, cross-sectional study was conducted to evaluate the effect of lifestyle on the risk for hypertension in patients with diabetes.
Researchers delineate strategies to prevent weight gain and body composition changes among women during perimenopause and menopause.
Authors describe efficacy data on the low-FODMAP-diet and CBT for IBS and factors to consider when personalizing treatment.
Researchers examined the role of exercise in decreasing cardiovascular risk in patients with anxiety and depression.
A cross-sectional study was conducted to examine the relationship between body composition, physical fitness, and cardiovascular risk factors in childhood.
Four healthy diets were linked to a reduced risk for new-onset gout in women. Diet selection can be made based on patient preference and comorbidities.
Bone health can sometimes be improved by the use of certain supplements and dietary changes. Researchers studied whether dried plums would have a beneficial effect in men.
In both cases, the toddlers were found with the tubing wrapped around their necks for a short period of time.
Musculoskeletal strength in older adults as they age can be preserved and improved by exercise, but it is unclear how strenuous the exercise must be in order to be effective.
An expert panel assessed 40 diets to come up with the final results, examining the evidence behind each diet’s claims.
Exercise slows bone loss and increases bone density in people at risk for osteoporosis, but which exercises are most effective are unclear. Investigators sought the answer.
Exercise helps cardiovascular and other physical and clinical outcomes in type 2 diabetes, but the amount and intensity of the exercise needed to make a difference is debated.
The American Heart Association’s 2021 dietary guidelines recommend following heart-healthy dietary patterns over individual food selection and also provide guidance for improving cardiometabolic health.